In this 3 minutes video, I would like share what it looks like in downtown Winnipeg, the capital as well as the largest city in Manitoba province of Canada. Considered as the “Gateway to the West”, Winnipeg surprisingly has a lot to offer.
Starting from The Forks in downtown, a large riverside community hub with a variety of shopping, dining & recreational activities. The Canadian Museum of Human Rights, Esplanade Riel Footbridge and River Walk by Red River are the key tourist spot to visit next to Winnipeg Union Railway station.
Following the bike trail walking towards north, there are a Red River River Front iconic railway bridge crossing the road, Stephen Juba Park and Shaw Park along the way. Heading west towards Exchange District, it is a view of bustling city with Ice Hockey fans everywhere attending the events in Bell MTS Place.
There’re 50 rescue polar bears across North American zoos (including US and Canada), Winnipeg zoo has 9 of them (18%!). Majority of the rescues are from Churchill, Manitoba. Arctic Seals are absolutely graceful and adorable when they are swimming in vertical circles. The zoo is on the west, it is possible to take a bus from downtown. However, the walk from the bus stop to the zoo is quite a journey. Need to keep in mind the effort needed especially on the winter icy/snowy trails.
24 🇨🇦 Polar Bears and Arctic Seals in Winnipeg, Manitoba (Cinematic Canada Travel) 溫尼伯 Виннипег